Cardiac Cell Biology

  • Elissavet Kardami
  • Larry Hryshko
  • Nasrin Mesaeli

Part of the Developments in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry book series (DMCB, volume 39)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-1
  2. Q. Ivy Fan, Kathleen M. Vanderpool, Jessica O’Connor, James D. Marsh
    Pages 3-10
  3. Hiroshi Satoh, Masaaki Mukai, Tsuyoshi Urushida, Hideki Katoh, Hajime Terada, Hideharu Hayashi
    Pages 11-17
  4. Yoji Sato, Albrecht G. Schmidt, Helen Kiriazis, Brian D. Hoit, Evangelia G. Kranias
    Pages 19-25
  5. James N. Tsoporis, Alexander Marks, Danna B. Zimmer, Chris Mcmahon, Thomas G. Parker
    Pages 27-33
  6. Xitong Dang, Bradley W. Doble, Elissavet Kardami
    Pages 35-38
  7. Thomas Kubin, Sabina Vogel, Jutta Wetzel, Stefan Hein, Frederic Pipp, Jörg Herold et al.
    Pages 39-45
  8. Alexander Deten, Hans Christian Volz, Wilfried Briest, Heinz-Gerd Zimmer
    Pages 47-55
  9. M. Judith Radin, Bethany J. Holycross, Toni M. Hoepf, Sylvia A. Mccune
    Pages 57-63
  10. David P. Sontag, Peter A. Cattini
    Pages 65-70
  11. Geneviève Vincent, Maya Khairallah, Bertrand Bouchard, Christine Des Rosiers
    Pages 89-99
  12. Achim M. Vogt, Albrecht Elsässer, Holger Nef, Christoph Bode, Wolfgang Kübler, Jutta Schaper
    Pages 101-107
  13. Hiroki Yokomuro, Donald A. G. Mickle, Richard D. Weisel, Ren-Ke Li
    Pages 109-114
  14. Delphine Baetz, Monique Bernard, Caroline Pinet, Sophie Tamareille, Soad Chattou, Houda El Banani et al.
    Pages 115-120
  15. Steven R. Coppen, Riyaz A. Kaba, Deborah Halliday, Emmanuel Dupont, Jeremy N. Skepper, Suzy Elneil et al.
    Pages 121-127
  16. Madhumathy Jeyaraman, Stéphane Tanguy, Robert R. Fandrich, Anton Lukas, Elissavet Kardami
    Pages 129-134
  17. Sawa Kostin, Markus Rieger, Sebastian Dammer, Stefan Hein, Manfred Richter, Wölf-Peter Klövekorn et al.
    Pages 135-144
  18. Allison L. Bayer, Maria C. Heidkamp, Nehu Patel, Michael Porter, Steve Engman, Allen M. Samarel
    Pages 145-152

About this book

Introduction

Cardiac cell biology has come of age.
Recognition of activated or modified signaling molecules by specific antibodies, new selective inhibitors, and fluorescent fusion tags are but a few of the tools used to dissect signaling pathways and cross-talk mechanisms that may eventually allow rational drug design. Understanding the regulation of cardiac hypertrophy in all its complexity remains a fundamental goal of cardiac research. Since the advancement of adenovirally mediated gene transfer, transfection efficiency is no longer a limiting factor in the study of cardiomyocytes. A limiting factor in considering cell transplantion as a strategy to repair the damaged heart is cell availability at the right time. Cardiac gap junctions, intercellular communication channels that allow electrical and metabolic coupling and play an important role in arrhythmogenesis are now understood to be exquisite sensors of cardiac change.
The reports in this volume incLude elegant studies that made use of cutting edge technological advances and many specialized reagents to address these issues.

Keywords

ATP Calcium Purine cells endothelium gene expression metabolism smooth muscle

Editors and affiliations

  • Elissavet Kardami
    • 1
  • Larry Hryshko
    • 1
  • Nasrin Mesaeli
    • 2
  1. 1.Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, St. Boniface General Hospital Research Centre, Faculty of MedicineUniversity of ManitobaWinnipegCanada
  2. 2.Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Division of Stroke and Vascular Disease, St. Boniface General Hospital Research Centre and Department of PhysiologyUniversity of ManitobaWinnipegCanada

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-4712-6
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 2003
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4419-5324-7
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4757-4712-6
  • About this book